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that tweeted out rosa parks ended racism. would you like to apologize for that statement that rosa parks -- it was supposed to be good, but he messed it up. you sound a little delusional. are you going to apologize for him? do you know what i'm talking about? guest: i do not. it's early in the morning. caller: celebrate rosa park standing up and the tweet was that she stood up and ended racism. anyway. guest: i haven't seen that tweet, but this is obamacare, and it is not about racism. it is about making sure americans have good health care. it is making the system worse. what is your question? host: frank is gone. we will go onto our next caller. we're joined by representative tim huelskamp, republican from kansas, in the first district. that is dodd city. --dodge city. where is garfield, kansas? guest: it is not in my -- it is in my district. it is a small town country. this is rural hospital area. that is what we're hearing about with obamacare. if you have a fancy car that says you have access, that doesn't work in many of these areas we have to drive 30, 40, 50 miles to your local h
. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized for one minute. ms. kelly: on sunday we celebrated rosa parks day. thursday, we observed the start of the montgomery bus boycott. and friday we commemorate the 148th anniversary of the 13th amendment which ended slavery. as we reflect on these historic events, we see how far our nation has come in advancing equality for all americans. however, recent actions, like the supreme court's gutting the vote rights act, we have much more work to do. the truth is that voter discrimination and suppression live on today as ugly legacies of our past. in the past few years, many states have introduced legislation that would restrict access to a voting booth. these discriminatory actions prove that the protections in the voting rights act are still necessary its in our world today. so this week, as we remember the struggles and sacrifices made to ensure basic rights for all americans, i urge my colleagues to continue fighting to ensure no american is denied their right to vote. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman yields back the balan
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